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(Big League Politics) – Elections on November 2 not only gave neoliberal Democrats headaches with Glenn Youngkin defeating Democrat challenger Terry McAuliffe, factions of the radical Left also came out empty-handed as voters in leftist cities rejected Defund the Police movements.

John Binder highlighted the most remarkable rejection of the radical Left’s defund the police project, which took place in Minneapolis, a reliably blue jurisdiction and the epicenter of anti-law enforcement push after the death of George Floyd in the Summer of 2020.

The ballot proposal that was put forward in Minneapolis, an area where Binder observed “more than 7-in-10 voters supported President Joe Biden against former President Trump in last year’s presidential election.”

The voters ended up rejecting the ballot proposition to abolish the city’s police department and replace it with a “Department of Public Safety.”

Voters were asked the following question on the ballot:

Shall the Minneapolis City Charter be amended to remove the Police Department and replace it with a Department of Public Safety that employs a comprehensive public health approach to the delivery of functions by the Department of Public Safety, with those specific functions to be determined by the Mayor and City Council by ordinance; which will not be subject to exclusive mayoral power over its establishment, maintenance, and command; and which could include licensed peace officers (police officers), if necessary, to fulfill its responsibilities for public safety, with the general nature of the amendments being briefly indicated in the explanatory note below, which is made a part of this ballot?

Roughly 56% of Minneapolis voters came out against the abolition of the city’s police department. By contrast, 44% of voters were in favor of the plan.

The Empire State also saw the radical Left get checked after defund the police movements were capsized in Long Island, New York City, and upstate New York.

In the case of the Big Apple, both Republican Curtis Sliwa and Democrat Eric Adams ran on pro-law enforcement platforms. The former ran a much stronger pro-law enforcement platform. Nevertheless, Adams rejected the radical defund the police proposals that the far left is promoting in his party.

Adams is a former NYPD officer and a Republican. He won his race with 66.5% of the vote.

In June, Adams gained national attention for calling out New York Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez in an interview with the New York Times:

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Rep. Ocasio-Cortez and Maya Wiley want to slash the Police Department budget and shrink the police force at a time when Black and brown babies are being shot in our streets, hate crimes are terrorizing Asian and Jewish communities, and innocent New Yorkers are being stabbed and shot on their way to work. They are putting slogans and politics in front of public safety and would endanger the lives of New Yorkers.

In Long Island’s Nassau County and Suffolk County, Republicans won district attorney seats. Republican candidates exploited the passage of New York state’s controversial bail reform that was a hallmark of former Governor Andrew Cuomo’s administration.

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